Jan 13, 2017 - 09:15 am

OSVehicle, Isabellenhütte, Aisin Group, Scienlab.

EV hardware platform: Italian company OSVehicle presented the second generation of its open source platform Tabby, used for the development of electric vehicles. Tabby is a two-seater hardware platform that is made available with and without battery pack.

Increased voltage withstand capability: Isabellenhütte unveiled its further developed measurement system IVT-S, which designed for an increased voltage withstand capability in traction batteries in EV and stationary energy storage. The metering system has a maximum voltage withstand capability of 1,000 Volt.
isabellenhuette.de (in German)

New transmissions: Global manufacturer Aisin Group has developed three new transmissions for the global market, including a hybrid transmission. The multi-stage THS II RWD is said to be the first hybrid transmission for a rear wheel drive vehicle.

New partners: Scienlab announced that it has been selected by BMW to serve as strategic partner and help with the development of electric components for upcoming EV and hybrid models. The carmaker is said to invest in testing lab to research and develop i.e. energy storage devices and inverters.


Found on electrive.com
13.01.2017 09:42